Life on the Mekong and Other Rivers

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Monday, November 20, 2006


All is still well at the Samitivej maternity ward. Katherine is taking her first shower since Friday so everyone is happy about that.

For those of you commenting on the similarity between our boy Jack's name and a certain still-missing cat's name, I refer you to this post from September.

The nursing staff has said that most newborns come in one of two forms; Cryers and sleepers. Thus far, Jack is a sleeper, which is nice. That is not to say that he hasn't been crying, it's just that he's not yet a constant wailer, which is nice.

Diana and Alan are going to head over about 11:00 this morning and Jack will have his first non-family visitors when Walter, Alex and Eva stop by later today.

I finally crashed last night when I slept off and on from about 8:00 pm to 8:00 am. Katherine was up for feedings, but otherwise got some good sleep too.


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